Additional Resources

This is a collection of other program, organization and partner websites. They offer additional information and resources related to preventing youth violence.

CDC Violence Prevention Resources

CDC’s Injury Center provides facts and statistics about violence and injury prevention, including global violence, elder abuse, suicide, and sexual violence.

Penn Injury Center
The Penn Injury Science Center brings together university, community, and government partners around injury and violence intervention programs with the greatest potential for impact. 

Safe Neighborhoods, Safe Lives

This web page provides links to fact sheets and bookmarks, which provide tips that prevent or reduce the impact of violence in the community.


SafetyLit is a free service of the Center for Injury Prevention Policy & Practice at San Diego State University in collaboration with the World Health Organization. Information about injury occurrence and prevention is available from many sources. SafetyLit staff and volunteers regularly examine more than 2500 journals and scores of reports from government agencies and organizations. The weekly update provides summaries of reports from researchers in more than 30 distinct disciplines relevant to preventing unintentional injuries, violence, and self-harm.


Striving To Reduce Youth Violence Everywhere (STRYVE), is a national initiative led by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to prevent youth violence before it starts among young people ages 10 to 24. STRYVE seeks to increase awareness that youth violence can and should be prevented and to promote the use of prevention strategies based on the best available evidence.

Web-based Injury Statistics Query and Reporting System (WISQARS)

Search this interactive database system that provides customized reports of injury-related data. Mapping and cost estimates of non-intentional and intentional injuries are now available. A resource provided by CDC’s Injury Center.


Developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to provide grantees and partners with access to training and tools that focus on the primary prevention of violence. The portal includes free training, program planning resources, and an on-line application for the creation of success stories.

University of Michigan Injury Center

The University of Michigan Injury Center is one of nine Injury Control Research Centers funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Bullying: What primary care physicians should know

Developed for the Pediatric Community Health Month course, this series of three video modules is focused on injury training for pediatric residents. They were created by Dr. Surya Sabhapathy, MD, MPH, who was an intern with MI-YVPC at the time.